Perth, who also topped his school in ninth grade, is a resident of Sultanpur and lives in the Mundera area of the city. His father Tripati Kumar Baranwal is a banker in Punjab National Bank and his mother Poonam is a state government teacher.
Perth, who dreams of doing engineering from the best IITs in the country, said, “I am happy with the results but I would have been happy and satisfied if I had got the same percentage after taking the exam.”
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Excluding Hindi, where he got 97 marks, Young Perth got 100 marks in four subjects namely English, Mathematics, Science and Social Sciences.
Similarly, another young achiever in the city, Nandini Singh also wants to be an IAS officer. A resident of Bairana area of the city, Nadini’s father is a lecturer in physics at a government college in Handia.
Speaking to TOI, Nandini said, “I will pass UPSC, keep Physics, Chemistry or Mathematics as my subject and I was confident with good marks because I got 95% in the first pre-board of the school and the second pre-board was much better. I am satisfied with the government’s decision that at least our results have been announced and the whole year has not been wasted due to the epidemic, ”he said.
He got 98 marks in English, Hindi and 100 marks in Mathematics, Science and Social Sciences and 100 marks in Information Technology.
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